- Main contributors:
- Paul Bohannan, Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Ned Hildreth, Peter H. Backhaus, Fred Strauss
- Pictures East Africa (Kenya, Tanganyika [modern day Tanzania], Uganda) as a region of diversity both in physical geography and people. Contrasts ancient tribal life with busy metropolitan activities. Relates the activities of minority groups as the Indians, Arabs, and Europeans. Shows such important agricultural crops as sisal, coffee, and pyrethrum. Emphasizes the importance of education in the future unification of the people of East Africa. | Shows the variety and natural beauty of the region's physical features, and reveals the influence of topography on settlement and economic development. Examines the contrasting ways of life of the different peoples who live there, and shows various activities, problems, and achievements.
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